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71 Exceptional Reasons to head to Springfield, MA this April

Here are 71 exceptional reasons to head to Springfield, MA in April 2011

John Philip Colletta, Ph.D.
Paul Milner
David Allen
Kathy Amoroso
Cherry Fletcher Bamberg, FASG
Scott Andrew Bartley
Blaine T. Bettinger, Ph.D.
Matthew Bielawa
Kathryn Smith Black
Mary Ann Boyle, Ph.D., CG
Michael Brophy
Paul J. Bunnell
Raymond Cassidy
Sandra MacLean Clunies, CG
Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
Robert S. Cox
Janis P. Duffy
Pamela Stone Eagleson, CG
Jean Elliott Nudd
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Nora Galvin
Sherry Gould
Diane Gravel, CG
Mary Ellen Grogran
Meredith Hoffman
Leslie Huber
Aleksandra Kacprzak
Richard L. Kimball, Ph.D.
David A. Lambert
Irene Lambert, MGA
Michael J. Leclerc
Lucie K. Lewis, Ed.D.
Patty Vigeant Locke
Judy Lucey
Jill Martin
Barbara Mathews, CG
Carol McCoy, Ph.D.
Linda McMeniman
Marcia D. Melynk
David L. Mishkin
Shellee A. Morehead, Ph.D.
Donna M. Moughty
Jolene Mullen
Muriel Normand
Eileen O'Duill
David Ouimette, CG
Marian Pierre-Louis
Elissa Scalise Powell, CG
Laura Prescott
Connie Reik
Richard Clarke Roberts
Jay Sage
Pamela Sayre
Craig Scott, CG
Sharon Sergeant
Marrianne Lockwood Shafer
Helen A. Shaw, MA, CG
Jonathan Shea
Gerald H. Smith, CG
Michael L. Strauss
Edwin W. Strickland II
Margaret Sullivan
D. Joshua Taylor
Maureen A. Taylor
Richard G. Tomlinson
Bruce Tyler, Ph.D.
Gene Vogt
Donna Walcovy, Ph.D.
Robert Lincoln Ward
Meldon J. Wolfgang III

Check out the New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) program for a full list of talks being given by these speakers April 6-10, 2011 in Springfield, MA.


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